Waldo Canyon Fire
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office has documented successes and shortcomings in a report on its response to the Waldo Canyon wildfire, which killed two people and destroyed 347 homes in Colorado Springs last June.
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is releasing a report on its response to a wildfire that killed two people and destroyed 347 houses in Colorado Springs last June.
Last year’s devastating fire season is prompting Colorado lawmakers to think about establishing a state firefighting fleet.
Hundreds of homeowners living near the Waldo Canyon burn area in Colorado Springs are gearing up for more flooding this spring.
A review of the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history released Wednesday found much to praise and few problems in the way Colorado Springs agencies responded.
A plan that could dramatically improve wildfire fights in colorado calls for the state to have its own fleet of air tankers.
A leaner U.S. Forest Service is preparing for another busy wildfire season.
A report released Wednesday notes concerns with two mass calling systems that were used to send evacuation alerts to the phones of thousands of residents during the Waldo Canyon Fire, the most destructive in Colorado history.
Colorado’s elected officials are still begging for money to help repair the damage from last year’s wildfires.
A Colorado Springs-based nonprofit plans to donate 15 bikes to children who were affected by last summer’s Waldo Canyon Fire.